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Dick Brown |

I would appreciate any information you might have on
Charles A. and Ludovic Gatchell. I am certain that these
two people are brothers of my ancestor Oscar.
Friday, March 17, 2000 - Rancho Cordova, CA USA


Natalie Smith |

My ancestor is William Henry Harrison Wilder, who served in Company K of the 1st Maine H. A. I see there are even a few photos around of some of the men...how wonderful! If anyone knows of any other photos and where they can be obtained, I would love to have one of my ggGrandfather.
Sunday, March 26, 2000 - La Mesa, CA USA

Craig Brooks |

I am not direct descendant of Benjamin Brooks of Company C but I am a direct descendant of his older brother James who did not serve in the Civil War. It would be nice to get some biographical information on his service in the war if possible.

Thanks, Craig Brooks
Tuesday, March 28, 2000 - Seattle, WA USA

Andrea Solarz |

I am the great-great-granddaughter of COL. CHARLES A. CLARK, a medal of honor awardee who served in the 6th Maine. I believe that his three brothers, WHITING STEVENS CLARK, JAMES WILLIAM CLARK, and FRANKLIN ATHERTON CLARK all served in the First Maine Heavy Artillery (at least they're listed on the website here!). Frank died in July, 1864 of wounds suffered at Petersburg; the 3 other brothers survived wounds that they received during the war (I believe that all were wounded in battle; I know that Charles and James were). The Clark family was from Sangerville, ME. I am in the process of compiling family history and am interested in tracking down any info I can about the Clark family. Thanks! Andrea Solarz
Saturday, April 01, 2000 - Arlington, VA USA

Ken Edwards |

Great site! Keep up the good work. I'm a magician from Lewiston, Maine. I do mostly animal/ stage magic. I work with live and stuffed animals like doves, rabbits, Turtle, LOBSTERS and much more. Please check out my website and sign my guestbook. The site is at: www.kenedwards.com
KEEP THE MAGIC ALIVE!
Monday, April 17, 2000 - Lewiston, ME USA

Sally Whitney Towns |

Great Site
As others I have been refered here by Wayne Bean. I am a great great niece to Lemuel B. Whitney, Killed in action,at Spotsylvania Court House, May 19, 1864. Lemuel was in Co. B of the 1st. Heavy Artillery. All I have on him to date is that he was the son of Solomon and Phebe Whitney, born 1/1/1821, in Troy, Maine. He was 42, when he enlisted, out of Bangor, Maine, married with children. Unfortunately, that is all I have, still trying to piece things together.
Would take any input-- Thank you. Sally
Sunday, April 30, 2000 - Wayne, ME USA

Andy MacIsaac |

Does anyone have any information or know decendants of Col. Daniel Chaplin of the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery. I have the following info on his Great grand children (GGC)and Great-great grand children (GGGC). Some who may still be alive today.

Daniel Chaplin Bennett, b 8/5/1940 Dallas, Tx (GGGC)
Wingate Chaplin Bronson, b 4/26/1909 Forest Hills, NY (GGC)
Joanne Frances Bronson, b July, 1946 (GGGC)
Kevin Daniel Sullivan, b May 6, 1942 (GGGC)
Madeline Charlotte (Gillespie) Sullivan, b 7/1/1918 (GGC)
Daniel Chaplin Sullivan, b 11/13/1920 (GGC)
Glenna Gene Sullivan, b 10/19/1944 (GGGC)
Helen Lucile (Mullins) Lentovich, b, 4/5/1922 (GGC)
William Lentovich, JR. b, 3/9/1942, (GGGC)
Grace Madeline (Chaplin) Mullins, (GC)

Iw ould love to know if anyone might know these decendants and if they might have any information on the existance of Daniel Chaplin's papers.





Monday, May 01, 2000 - Shrewsbury, MA USA

Abigail D. Engel |

I really need connections that will give me a good
look at the Civil War from the Union's perspective. There
appears to be a lot from the Confederate side. I am doing a
research paper. It is due on Wednesday. I am at a loss.

Thanks
Sunday, May 07, 2000 - Linwood, MD USA

CARL HANNON |

i am looking for any hannan/hannon's from the first maine artilery
Monday, May 08, 2000 - randolph, ma USA

richard woodcock |

This is an awesome sight,If that does any credit. Dad,you did a great job.
Sunday, May 14, 2000 - rifle, co USA

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